NEW YORK, N.Y. - The Stevenson men's indoor track and field team, who is currently ranked second in the Mideast Region behind Haverford, broke two school records at the NYU Invitational held at the New York Armory.
Junior Langston Gash shattered his own school record in the mile with a time of 4:17.10 to take fourth overall in the event. Gash's time is currently the third fastest in the region.
Sophomore Iddriss Iddriss broke his previous school record in the 800 with a 1:56.83, which gave him seventh place. His time is currently 10th best in the region.
Freshman Dimeon Wright took second overall in both the triple jump and long jump. Wright was the top collegiate finisher in the long jump with a leap of 6.93m. In the triple jump, Wright had a hop, skip and jump of 13.83 meters. Senior Adam Diabagate took fourth in the triple jump with a 13.47. Freshman Todd Case, Jr. jumped a 6.45 in the long jump to take fifth.
Freshman Maurice Johnson had a top toss of 14.06m to take fourth in the event.
Theophile and Case took eighth and ninth in the 400 with times of 50.79 and 50.87. Freshman Dereck Davis and sophomore Aaron Holliday placed sixth and seventh in the 60m dash finals with times of 7.12 and 7.16.
The Mustangs will look to improve upon last year's fourth place finish in the team standings when they compete in the MAC Indoor Championships, hosted by Lehigh University, starting on Friday, February 23 through Saturday, February 24.